Rodney Muhumuza

First gay trial under new laws starts in Uganda

A couple arrested in January are the first homosexuals to be prosecuted since President Yoweri Museveni passed stringent new anti-gay laws.

Uganda’s anti-gay law: Rights group warns of violence

A watchdog group has warned that a backlash of violence may occur in Uganda after President Yoweri Museveni signed an anti-gay Bill into law.

Uganda to authorise life sentence for homosexuals

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni is set to sign a bill into law which prescribes life imprisonment for some homosexual acts.

Rwanda building collapse death toll rises

A four-story building under construction in Rwanda has collapsed, killing at least six workers and injuring dozens more people, police have said.

EU donors freeze aid to Uganda over corruption

More Western donors are freezing aid to Uganda after a scam in which $13-million of donor funds was embezzled by the office of the prime minister.

Uganda’s anti-gay Bill won’t contain death penalty

The lawmaker who originally authored an anti-gay Bill proposing death for some homosexual acts said a new version doesn't contain the death penalty.

Questions swirl around hunt for Kony

Foot soldiers hunting alleged Ugandan war criminal Joseph Kony are starting to ask difficult questions like: Is it possible he is dead?

Ugandans say anti-Kony campaign simplifies struggle

Many Ugandans have come out in criticism of a viral video campaign reproving LRA leader Joseph Kony saying it is too simplistic.

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